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Friday, June 07, 2013

Irish Pineapple Blossoms!



Just a quick glimpse at what is going on today in our Pineapple Blossom class in Ireland!!

Yes! I have wifi!!

Love from all of us!





17 comments:

SweetAmbrosia said...

Smiling faces... and looking like everyone has the same make machine?

And those wonderful Irish Brogues.... LOVE THEM>

Smiles to all
JulieinTN

Bunnie said...

Love it!

stitchinggrandma said...

Great pictures. Looks like everyone using the same sewing machine & table...curious what the brands are?

Design Originals by KC said...

thanks for keeping in touch while you must be having so much fun and so far away! Kathi

Kate Mooers said...

So Jealous! Cann't wait to see the blocks!Get some cadbury Chocolate taste so different then ours!

Saska said...

do you have an irish accent when you say that?!
Have fun!

Frugal Queen said...

try - Roses chocolates, Thorntons, Hotel Chocolat chocolate hobnobs, scones, pasties, steak and kidney pies, strawberries that ate in season and seafood especially mussels xx

Sewbug Mary Raine said...

So jealous ! Love to be there.waiting to see the finished quilts!

Jackie Timms said...

Sitting on the patio in the lovely eevening sunshine in Ballymoney Co Antrim sewing the label on easy street - finished at last! !!

Genee' Davis said...

Lol I love the cut out of you sewing! Glad you have wifi so we can live vicariously through your posts! :-)

Ann Sheehan said...

The machines are supplied by the IFQI. They are all sponsored by Pfaff. We had a great afternoon.

Ann Sheehan said...

The machines are supplied by the IFQI. They are all sponsored by Pfaff. We had a great afternoon.

Neil said...

Worked on my lazy sunday mystery today. Thanks for the great posts. Loved the morning stroll!

Barby T said...

Bonnie,

If Celine Kingsland is taking your classes, please tell her I said hi and hope she is having a great time. Barby Tennison, Mountain Home, ARkanas.

Dar said...

Bonnie, I loved your morning stroll. What a love creature you had the good fortune to encounter. I would have wanted to stay and feed her/him some apple slices or carrots. Tomorrow you must bring that beauty something to remember you by. Looks like a wonderful place.

Vic in NH said...

That hole-for-your-face board painting of sewing the cat's tail is hysterically funny! What fun it is to travel along with you in spirit.

Annette Johnston said...

It is so lovely of you toshare Ireland with us, Bonnie. Please send best wishes foe a Happy Pineapple day from Annette IN Central Alberta, Canada where the lilacs are just starting to bloom but my Hawthorne isn't quite there yet.